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accepted Is there a difference between the phrases “I am fine with it” and “it is fine with me”?
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accepted All up in my grill?
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accepted Term for people in artistic formation
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accepted Using “non-” to prefix a two-word phrase
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comment Using “non-” to prefix a two-word phrase
The solution you used in publication is definitely more intuitive to a reader unfamiliar with dash hierarchy, but I am reassured by both methods.
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comment Using “non-” to prefix a two-word phrase
Thanks for explaining part of it!
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asked Using “non-” to prefix a two-word phrase
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comment Failed Experiment?
The question was also partly motivated by seeing the phrase in scientific contexts, which is exactly what made me wonder.
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comment Are there any words in English that have a plural with a separate derivation?
Those appear to have the same derivation.